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Q:
If a product is obviously dangerous, does that mean that it can't be considered defective as a matter of New York law?

A:
Based upon a decision that was just rendered by New York's Court of Appeals, the answer is no - even if a product's danger is apparent, it does not mean that you automatically do not have a viable products liability case. For additional information on this issue, please see "NY Court: Danger May Be Known, But Doesn't Mean Product Isn't Defective."
Jonathan Cooper
Non-Compete, Trade Secret and School Negligence Lawyer